In the space below your group's name, please write a brief summary (several sentences and/or an outline with keywords) of your group's thoughts on what topic they plan to cover on their wiki page. If your group discovers that another group is working on a similar project, feel free to share ideas by responding to the group. Please use the four tildes to sign off on whatever you write.

Section N2

Group 1:
British Women and their influence on Science in the Romantic Period.
- N2WattsSam N2WattsSam Mar 17, 2011

Group 2:

We have chosen the topic of astronomy. Specifically, we will explore William Herschel's scientific advancements and his discovery of Uranus during the Romantic Period. The poetry and literature, artistic works, and scientific inventions, such as his innovative telescopes, will also be discussed and related back to his discovery.
Possible key phrases include astronomy, Herschel, Uranus, and telescopes. - n2mohammedbehetrin n2mohammedbehetrin Mar 17, 2011

Group 3:

Topic: Astronomy - The public and Romantic fascination with outer space, specifically the possibilities of exploration and extraterrestrial life that came with the advent of astronomy as a popular science. - N2LazaroSofia N2LazaroSofia Mar 17, 2011, - N2HuynhLinda N2HuynhLinda Mar 18, 2011
Keywords: life, stars, possibility, comets, Herschel

Group 4:

Our group has decided on the exploration of Tahiti, and the effect that it had on the scientific and and literary communities.
Our key phrases will probably be: Tahiti, exploration, Banks - N2FrancisAyanda N2FrancisAyanda Mar 17, 2011

Section D1

Group 1:

For our group project, we have chosen to discuss the topic of galvanism. We will be discussing how electricity was used on muscles to discover how bodies would react. We will be discussing how the study of galvanism related over to various poetry and artworks of the time.
Our key phrases would be: galvanism, electricity, chemistry. - D1KriglineAlan D1KriglineAlan

Group 2:

For our group project, we have chosen the topic of Mungo Park. We will be discussing Park’s explorations, his effect on literary works of the time period, and the scientific knowledge that came about from his explorations. These scientific advancements include social science and the advancements in mapping.
Our key phrases would be: exploration, inspiration, social science. - D1KolpitckeAndrew D1KolpitckeAndrew Mar 17, 2011

Group 3:

For our group project, we have chosen to discuss drugs and medical advancements during the Romantic Period due to advancements in chemistry and botany.
Our key phrases will likely be: medicine, chemistry, botany - D1PetellMark D1PetellMark Mar 17, 2011

Group 4:

We have chosen to discuss Vitalism, the soul vs. body debate, and the beginnings of atheism during the romantic period.
Key phrases: vitalism, atheism, naturophilosophy, soul - D1GaertigAgnieszka D1GaertigAgnieszka Mar 17, 2011

Section H2

Group 1:

Our group has chosen the topic of Humphry Davy and his contribution to science. We will focus mainly on his inventions but also include some of his work with with nitrous oxide.
Key Phrases: Humphry Davy, Safety Lamp, chemistry, nitrous oxide - H2BeyerNick H2BeyerNick Mar 17, 2011

Group 2: Our group has chosen the Pneumatic Institute and its research during the Romantic Period. We will focus on all of the pneumatic institute research, including but not limited to Humphry Davy's experiments. We will also look at the influence of Beddoes on the Institute Research.
Key Phrases: Pneumatic Institute, gases, nitrous oxide, Beddoes, Davy, Priestly. - H2NemetzWilliam H2NemetzWilliam Mar 30, 2011

Group 3: Our group has chosen ballooning to be the center of our project. We will be focusing on the debate over whether or not it's a novelty science. - H2RubinMatt H2RubinMatt Mar 18, 2011

Group 4:

Our group has chosen the topic of botany for our project. We will concentrate on its connections to imperialism and how many of the voyages to new lands in the Romantic period were made in order to gain botanical knowledge, but also to expand a country’s empire. Key phrases are botany, imperialism, exploration. - H2DavisNicole H2DavisNicole Mar 18, 2011